So, this is meant to be how Arzach met his flying bird. Dodging it's poo.
I've been asked a few times about how I draw, so here's a bonus process bit for anyone interested.
This is the pencils, all straightforward.
Finally, I scan and work on it in photoshop. To colour I make separate layer for each colour and one for the black linework - which is set to multiply. Because I want the texture of the watercolour paper to show through the colour isn't flat, so I do an 'undercoat' of flats where I make the colour choices, then I select areas in the other layers and alter to (almost) those colours. After that I filter another colour over it - I don't do this on the art that still has line work, but it seems to work here. For now. I might drop it, or at least tone it down.
Then it's my usual method of creating another layer (set for multiply) to add tones. This is done with a colour rather than black as don't like the greys it creates, and a colour choice on multiply creates more interesting tones.
And unless I decide to put a layer of one colour with reduced transparency over the top to unify colours (I didn't here) that's it. And it's actually not as long winded as it sounds!